Road Traffic Act 1988

F1[5The regulations may make provision about the proceedings to be followed where a dispute occurs as a result of the regulations, and may in particular make provision—E+W+S

(a)for an application to be made to a magistrates' court or (in Scotland) to the sheriff, or

(b)for a court to order a sum to be paid by the Secretary of State.]

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